Biography

Dr. Shang, MD., PhD., is Associate Professor of the Department of Neurology at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He is certified in Neurology and Vascular Neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He specializes in cerebrovascular disease, and stroke treatment and prevention. 

 

Dr. Shang earned his medical degree at Shandong University in China and PhD degree at Medical College of Wisconsin. He completed fellowship training in neuroscience at National Institute of Health and residency in neurology at University of Miami. Then he received advanced training in vascular neurology through fellowship at University of Miami.  

 

Dr. Shang joined the UT Southwestern Faculty in 2012. He is currently the director of vascular neurology fellowship in the department of neurology. 

 

Dr. Shang's research focuses on the inflammatory and infectious roles (such as varicella-zoster virus infection) in intracranial large vessel disease and small vessel disease. He is interested in comprehending the hemodynamic and metabolic changes in rare stroke disorders. These rare stroke disorders includes Moyamoya Disease, CADASIL, CARASIL, COL4A1 mutation, MELAS, amyloid related inflammation and angiitis, et al). Advanced neuroimaging technology is used in his research. Dr. Shang is committed to the care of patients with cerebrovascular diseases and searching for new treatment.

 

Education

Medical School
Shandong Medical University, China (1993)
Internship
Qingdao University/ Affiliated Hospital, China (1994), Medicine
Graduate School
Medical College of Wisconsin (2005), Neuroscience
Other Post Graduate Training
Medical College of Wisconsin (2005)
Fellowship
NIH National Cancer Institute - Office of Education (2007), Neuroscience
Internship
University of Miami (2008), Internal Medicine
Residency
University of Miami (2011), Neurology
Fellowship
University of Miami (2012), Vascular Neurology

Research Interest

  • Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy, CAA related Inflammation and Angitis
  • Genetic Cerebrovascular Disorder (CADASIL, CARASIL, COL4A1, RVCL, Fabry, MELAS)
  • Intracranial Vasculopathy from Atherosclerosis, Inflammation and Infection (VZV)
  • Intracranial Vessel Wall Imaging
  • Moyamoya Disease and Moyamoya Syndrome
  • Reversible Cerebral Vasoconstriction Syndrome
  • Small Vessel Disease

Publications

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Impact of MRI Selection on Triage of Endovascular Therapy in Acute Ischemic Stroke: The MRI in Acute Management of Ischemic Stroke (MIAMIS) Registry.
Atchaneeyasakul K, Shang T, Haussen D, Ortiz G, Yavagal D, Interv Neurol 2020 Jan 8 2-6 135-143
Prevalence of and Risk Factors for Cerebral Microbleeds in Moyamoya Disease and Syndrome in the American Population.
Khan NI, Saherwala AA, Chen M, Salehian S, Salahuddin H, Welch BG, Pinho MC, Shang T, Cerebrovasc Dis Extra 2019 Dec 9 3 139-147
P MRS in the human brain at 7T.
Ren J, Shang T, Sherry AD, Malloy CR Magn Reson Med 2018 Feb
Intracranial Vessel Wall MRI in Clinical Practice ? technical considerations, current and emerging applications, clinical pearls and pitfalls
Pinho MC, Hall JT, Cross JC, Shang T, Madhuranthakam AJ, and Moore WA Neurographics 2018 8 2 97-118
Impaired cerebral autoregulation: measurement and application to stroke.
Xiong L, Liu X, Shang T, Smielewski P, Donnelly J, Guo ZN, Yang Y, Leung T, Czosnyka M, Zhang R, Liu J, Wong KS J. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiatr. 2017 Jun 88 6 520-531
Clinical Reasoning: A 76-year-old man with acute-onset left-sided weakness and numbness.
Renthal W, Alberts M, Shang T Neurology 2016 Apr 86 15 e156-60
Endovascular Therapy for Acute Ischemic Stroke: Dawn of a New Era.
Alberts MJ, Shang T, Magadan A JAMA Neurol 2015 Aug
Bilateral Asymmetrical Asterixis as Limb-shaking Transient Ischemic Attack in Bilateral Carotid Stenosis.
Khan S, Chang E, Saniuk G, Shang T J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis 2014 Nov
Letter by Shang et al Regarding Article, "High-Resolution Magnetic Resonance Wall Imaging Findings of Moyamoya Disease"
Shang T, Welch B, Pinho M Stroke 2014 Oct
Letter by Shang Regarding Article, "Relative Contributions of Sympathetic, Cholinergic, and Myogenic Mechanisms to Cerebral Autoregulation"
Shang T Stroke 2014 Aug

Books

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Honors & Awards

  • American Academy of Neurology Institute’s (AANI) Annual Meeting Fellow Scholarship
    The 64th Annual meeting of AAN (2012)
  • Resident Travel Grant Award
    Society of Vascular and Interventional Neurology (SVIN) Practicum and Interactive laboratory (2010)
  • Resident Travel Grant Award
    Society of Vascular and Interventional Neurology (SVIN) 3rd Annual Meeting (2010)

Professional Associations/Affiliations

  • American Heart Association (2010)
  • American Stroke Association (2010)
  • American Academy of Neurology (2009)